Our rates vary depending on size and type of storage. Please call for rates and available sizes.
Units Inside Building #2
Units With Doors Accessed From Outside
Uncovered Outside Parking
Hall doors to inside units are 40" wide
5x5 & 5x10 - units have roll up doors that are 3'8" wide x 7' high
10x10, 10x15, 10x20 - units have roll up doors that are 8' wide x 7' high
12x30, 12x35 - units have roll up doors that are 10'6* wide x 10' high
Availability changes on a daily basis. In order to make sure the space you want is available when you need it, we recommend that you make an advance reservation.
You may carry your own insurance (check your homeowner's or renter's policy to see if you are already covered) or apply for insurance coverage from a company that specializes in self-storage insurance. We can provide new tenants with a brochure from one of these companies. Insurance is the tenant's responsibility. Watercraft, RV, or Auto must provide proof of current insurance and registration.
You provide your own lock and key so that you are the only one with access to your unit. You may purchase a high quality lock at our storage office.
You will need to visit the facility to lease your unit and make the initial payment. After that, you may call to make payments by credit card or we can set up your account to automatically charge your credit card each month.
We accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard and American Express. Payments after hours can be placed in our night payment box. Checks or money orders only... please DO NOT put cash in this box.
The minimum rental period is 1 month. You may use the space for a few days, a few weeks or all month however we are unable to offer refunds for early move-outs.
A valid drivers license or federal ID with picture is required to lease a unit. Motor vehicles, Watercraft and RV must be accompanied by current registration and proof of insurance.
The entire move-in process should take less than 15 to 20 minutes. Please keep in mind this time could vary depending on whether there are other customers ahead of you when you arrive. Mornings are usually the slowest period of the day while afternoons are busier.